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Gramsci, Migration, and the Representation of Women''s Work in Italy and the U.S..

By: Ruberto, Laura E.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Lanham : Lexington Books, 2007Description: 1 online resource (161 p.).ISBN: 9780739144336.Subject(s): Gramsci, Antonio, 1891-1937 -- Criticism and interpretation | Italian American women -- Employment | Women -- Employment -- Italy | Women -- Italy -- Social conditionsGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Gramsci, Migration, and the Representation of Women''s Work in Italy and the U.S.DDC classification: 305.851073 | 331.4086/9120973 LOC classification: HD6154.R83 2007Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Contents; Acknowledgments; Introduction: Women Workers, Migration, and a Gramscian Perspective; Chapter 01. Italian Rice Workers and National Popular Culture; Chapter 02. Migrant Domestic Labor and the Creation of Identity; Chapter 03. Work and the Italian American Home in Cinema; Chapter 04. "All Colors, All Religions, All United": Women Workers in California's Canneries; Epilogue: After Modotti; Bibliography; Index; About the Author
Summary: Examining films, literature, songs, and photographs with an emphasis on a feminist materialist interpretation, Producing Culture considers the representations of different kinds of labor historically performed by women in Italy and the U.S. in order to reassess dominant narratives about the history of Italy and of Italians in the United States.
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Contents; Acknowledgments; Introduction: Women Workers, Migration, and a Gramscian Perspective; Chapter 01. Italian Rice Workers and National Popular Culture; Chapter 02. Migrant Domestic Labor and the Creation of Identity; Chapter 03. Work and the Italian American Home in Cinema; Chapter 04. "All Colors, All Religions, All United": Women Workers in California's Canneries; Epilogue: After Modotti; Bibliography; Index; About the Author

Examining films, literature, songs, and photographs with an emphasis on a feminist materialist interpretation, Producing Culture considers the representations of different kinds of labor historically performed by women in Italy and the U.S. in order to reassess dominant narratives about the history of Italy and of Italians in the United States.

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